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Death of a Perfect Mother

by Robert Barnard

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Who doesn't want to kill Lill Hodsden? She is a shrew to her husband Fred, her sons Gordon and Brian and she is especially nasty to her daughter Debbie.

Her own mother, her many neighbors and her daughter's boyfriend are not too fond of Lill either. Add her lover, and his invalid wife and there are too many people who would like to see Lill dead.

Gordon and Brian conspire a plot to do away with their mother, but before they can carry out their plan someone else beats them to it, or did they?

I was a little disappointed with the end of this book, but it was an entertaining read nonetheless. ( )
  jonesli | Dec 22, 2009 |
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